Charted posthumously in 2015 after his death.
Forever and Ever (Demis Roussos album). Forever and Ever is an album by Greek singer Demis Roussos. It was released in 1973 on Philips Records. A greatly popular album, it also topped the international albums charts in Germany, Netherlands and Norway and was number 2 in Austria. Bass – Bernard Rosati. Backing vocals – attributed to "all friends".
Demis Roussos is a studio album by Greek singer Demis Roussos, released in 1978 on Philips Records (on Mercury Records in the United States). The album spent 6 weeks on the . Billboard Top LPs & Tape chart (now called Billboard 200), peaking at no. 184 on the week of July 8, 1978. Produced by Freddie Perren for Grand Slam Productions.
Demis Roussos: все альбомы исполнителя на Музыка Mail. Christmas With Demis Roussos. Forever & Ever - 40 Greatest Hits.
Artemios (Demis) Ventouris Roussos was born in Alexandria, Egypt on June 15, 1946. His father, George, had been a successful Greek architect, but the family, including mother, Olga, and brother, Costas, was forced to flee as penniless immigrants. They left behind their possessions during the Suez crisis and returned to their native Greece. Demis' first solo album was "On the Greek Side of My Mind" which was also titled "Fire and Ice" on the French release. The album featured Lucas Sideras and Silver Koulouris of Aphrodite's Child, Michel Ripoche on violin, with lyrics by Boris Bergman, another Aphrodite's Child alumni.
Reflection is an album released in 1984 by Demis Roussos. After having collaborated several times since the days of Aphrodite's Child, Reflection was the last album on which Roussos and Vangelis collaborated. Another member from that band, guitarist Argyris 'Silver' Koulouris, also appears on this album. Vangelis' habitual collaborators, jazz saxophonist Dick Morrissey, and vocalists Carol Kenyon and Tessa Niles also appear. Souvenirs (Demis Roussos album). Souvenirs is a studio album by Greek singer Demis Roussos, released in 1975 on Philips Records.
Demis Roussos collaborated with Michel Elefteriades on many songs which Elefteriades rearranged in an oriental fusion; the project was called Demis Roussos & the Oriental Roots Orchestra. Demis Roussos Top 100. – – – – 41. – – Songs From An Island in the Sun.
|A1||Schönes Mådchen Aus Arcadia||3:24|
|A2||Ich Liebe Dich Noch Immer||3:50|
|A4||So Wie Du Bist||3:35|
|A5||Vagabund Der Liebe||4:05|
|B1||Die Bouzouki, Die Nacht Und Der Wein||3:42|
|B3||Walzer Für Zwei||3:15|
|B4||Brauchst Du Einen Freund||3:10|
|B5||Schön Wie Mona Lisa||4:02|